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Hey MohitMBA

Many people do MBA to change their career path. It’s not mandatory to have an experience of what career path you want to choose prior MBA. Also, at this moment transitioning from one industry to another does not add up anything in the application. Rather you need to clearly state to B-Schools regarding your plan, but you need to have a clear reason and show them that B-Schools will help you achieve this goal. You can switch your career path at any moment in your life!

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LaveenaPanchal wrote:
I guess working for a company and application process for an MBA are two different simultaneous things. It is understood that work experience and job is very much related to MBA application but it is important that you are doing your job which matches you long term career goals along with job satisfaction.

If you are not satisfied with your job, you can consider switching as long as it is in line with your long term career goals.

I absolutely agree with you. Working in a company is a completely different area. This educational program is pretty coolly structured and I like the information that it contains according to the level of the skills that I can get. I am currently studying at the university and writing a project about educational programs. Before that, I had to write a research proposal, in which the service https://edubirdie.com/research-proposal-writing-service helped me.I understand that vagueness and indecision in the proposal for researching the methodology and approving the wrong ideas will be a serious drawback.
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I wouldn't be able to work at one job for very long
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